anonymous asked:

In 10,20 years Big Bang's going to retire from the front line of the music scene and gradually go off to do different things. One day they're going to announce their reunion and thousands of people will flood the stadiums with their VIP lightsticks to watch Big Bang with their delayed dance moves and wrinkles but Big Bang's stage presence will still be amazing. Perhaps we'll be in our 30s when we hear the familiar voices singing Haru Haru and nostalgia will stab our hearts unforgivingly.

Yes. Yes.

When Bigbang are over fifty and I’m in my forties I’ll be willing to stand there, flickering, decades-old, half-broken lightstick raised, and watch them sing with raspier voices, with more acoustic versions, with songs they danced to when they were eighteen.

We will laugh when they all use replicas of TOP’s cane as a joke; when Taeyang goes to do his signature backflip and falls into the airplane exit door dance with Seungri instead; when GD jokes that his silver-streaked hair is his next wild hairstyle and when Daesung sings trot with the gravelly, aged voice of those trot singers of old. Their dances will be slower and their movements less fluid, but their energy and ours will still combine as effortlessly and as seamlessly as it did before.

Their bodies will be different, but their fire will not change.

And then at the end of the concert, they’ll bring out their children to wave at us.

And our children will wave back, because we’ll have brought them to see who inspired us in our youth.